Manga Recommendations

Manga: Fumetsu no Anata e
If you liked
Fumetsu no Anata e
Manga: Futaribocchi Sensou
...then you might like
Futaribocchi Sensou
Both of them have very similar character designs and art styles.
Both of them revolve around the main character ending up in very dramatic scenarios.
Both of revolve around a fantasy/sci-fi related ability.
Manga: Fire Punch
If you liked
Fire Punch
Manga: Uratarou
...then you might like
Uratarou
Both manga have interesting art styles.
Both manga can quite literally get insane at some points.
The craziness of the ride really adds to the experience.
Manga: Shoukoku no Altair
If you liked
Shoukoku no Altair
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
...then you might like
Akatsuki no Yona
Both of them are fantasy action series that take place in historical inspired settings.
Both of them have a crew of characters that the main character gradually "recruits" along the way.
Both of them have very well refined and delicate art styles.
In both these series, the main characters get a lot of development and grow along with all of the other characters that join, creating a beneficial relationship where everyone gets to discover new perspectives about the world as they travel together.
Both of them have main characters that are very dedicated to their nations and love the people of the nation dearly.
The characters face hardships on their adventures.
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
If you liked
Hunter x Hunter
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
Both of them have brilliant main characters that think before acting, use strategies and their instincts to get over all sorts of hardships.
Both can be very psychological.
Both have dark elements to them, potentially being deceiving because of the relative cuteness of the main characters.
Manga: Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä
If you liked
Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä
Manga: Made in Abyss
...then you might like
Made in Abyss
Both of them have incredibly imaginative settings, with stunning artwork that can be endlessly creative.
Both of them have a vast amount of fantastical creatures (animals, bugs, plants, etc.)
Both of them have main characters that undergo a lot of development on their adventure and deal with a lot of hardships.
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
If you liked
Dungeon Meshi
Manga: Maoujou de Oyasumi
...then you might like
Maoujou de Oyasumi
Both of them take place in settings that are confined massive stone structures with all kinds of creatures and monsters inhabiting them.
Both of them poke fun at the idea of being in a dungeon/castle and in general both series approach things in a comedic way.
Dungeon Meshi's comedy relies on eating the various monsters from the dungeon in delicious ways.
Maojou de Oyasumi's comedy relies on the main character using the monsters from the castle to get the best possible sleep in her room.
Both of them have interesting and well designed monsters and charming art.
Dungeon Meshi is overall more serious and has a general ongoing story, while Oyasumi is pretty much always episodic adventures.
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
If you liked
Hunter x Hunter
Manga: Made in Abyss
...then you might like
Made in Abyss
Both of them are amazing adventure series with endlessly imaginative settings.
Both of them have young and naive main characters that undergo a lot of development and go through a lot of hardships on their adventure, learning things the hard way.
Both of them explore the idea of downwards vertical exploration, in Made in Abyss's case, it is the main driving force behind the story and with Hunter x Hunter it is part of one of the challenges from the first arc of the manga.
Both of them have complex themes and dark aspects to them.
Both of them aren't afraid to show how cruel the world can be.
Both of them can be very psychological at points.
Both of them have a main character that can smile no matter what hardship they are faced with and can remain optimistic no matter what.
Manga: Black Torch
If you liked
Black Torch
Manga: Kemono Jihen
...then you might like
Kemono Jihen
Both of them revolve around agencies that deal with supernatural beings.
Both of them have very similar circumstances, the main characters from each manga get thrown into a crazy world filled with monsters and fantastical beings after living relatively peaceful and normal lives.
Both of them have interesting art styles and are action packed.
Both of them have characters with quirky/strong personalities.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
If you liked
Akatsuki no Yona
Manga: Kimetsu no Yaiba
...then you might like
Kimetsu no Yaiba
Both of them have main characters that undergo a lot of character development, the characters go from being weak and helpless to strong willed individuals, both mentally and physically.
Both of them take place in similar historical inspired settings.
Both of them have very similar art styles and similar clothing designs.
Both of them are fantasy action series with hints of adventure.
Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
If you liked
Boku no Hero Academia
Manga: Enen no Shouboutai
...then you might like
Enen no Shouboutai
Both of them have main characters with interesting personalities.
Both are battle shounen manga with excellent art, filled with action scenes.
Both have main characters that desire to become heroes, but in different ways.
Both are about saving people, rescuing those in need and in despair.
Both of them are relatively fast paced.
Both have memorable side characters that fill the manga with life.
Both of them have excellent character designs in general.
Both of them have really cool looking and memorable villains.
Manga: Hajime no Ippo
If you liked
Hajime no Ippo
Manga: Ashita no Joe
...then you might like
Ashita no Joe
Both great boxing manga, while Ashita no Joe is a true classic of the medium, Hajime no Ippo is a long, well built story, with an amazing cast of characters.

- Boxing fans will enjoy both stories, since they are scientifically correct (especially Ippo)
- If you know nothing about boxing, you can still read both titles since they both start from square one
- The art is great, while Ashita no Joe is a very old manga, and the art is certainly different from today's standards for good, it still succeeds in creating an interesting atmosphere. For Ippo, it improves as time passes, first part is pretty lacking, but it quickly changes afterwards.

Main characters are completely different in therms of behavior. When it comes to darkness, Ashita no Joe is much darker, while Ippo is a mostly bright, inspiring journey.

As some final notes, I would like to say that both manga have some great anime adaptations, Ashita no Joe is fully adapted in 2 parts and 2 movies, while Ippo has 3 seasons, 1 movie and 1 OVA (around 130 episodes) and is around 40% adapted.
Also, Joe is a finished manga and Ippo is still coming out.

Hopefully this helped you, I just feel like it would be bad for someone who really liked one of those, to overlook the other.
Manga: Kokou no Hito
If you liked
Kokou no Hito
Manga: Diamond Dust
...then you might like
Diamond Dust
Both are stories that contain very close touching points with reality, with a tragical concept of human beings' life path struggles.
Manga: Haikyuu!!
If you liked
Haikyuu!!
Manga: Kono Oto Tomare!
...then you might like
Kono Oto Tomare!
Even though, sports and music seem completely different. The two require hard work and talent. I think that the two are similar in how both clubs are extremely dedicated to their craft. It is inspiring. Furthermore, the author makes you care about the other teams. At times, you just want more than one team to win. Haikyuu is funnier to me, but both have comedic moments. The characters in both stories are so lovable. I highly recommend both series.
Manga: Kurozakuro
If you liked
Kurozakuro
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
...then you might like
Tokyo Ghoul
both stories are about a boy who suddenly becomes a unhuman being, both are forced to eat human flesh agains their will and then they turn into badass people
Manga: Kuroshitsuji
If you liked
Kuroshitsuji
Manga: Adekan
...then you might like
Adekan

In summation:
BOTH AWESOME MANGAS WITH EYE-CANDY AND A GOOD PLOT

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[TLDR version] Points of similarity:

beautiful and detailed art style, dark twisted mysteries, attractive character design, characters with secret identities, action, BAMF characters, shounen-ai but not really, adorable shota, some form of espionage, pseudo-military, police force, historical setting, underlying master plot that runs in the background

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Really surprised Adekan wasn't in the recommendations before.
Mind you that this manga handles more mature themes than Kuroshitsuji...
which is what I actually love about it.

1. Adekan's art style is very ornate, fluid, and detailed. Unlike Kuroshitsuji, it's set in a sort of fantasy Meiji era so it features a lot of traditional Japanese aesthetics mixed with a Western flair.

2. If you appreciated Kuroshitsuji for the dark mysteries and a twisted take on human society, you'd like Adekan even more on that aspect because it doesn't hold bars on that point. I'd say more but that spoils the fun.

3. The characters are damn attractive. Bishounen and bishoujo everywhere. As I've said, it's more mature, so there's a lot of more skin showing and rubbing happening here. Nothing explicit! Just a lot of fanservice-y eye candy. And when I mentioned how fluid the art style is... You'll see how bendy the characters are.

4. They're also damn powerful while being so pretty. If you love the whole "Damn he doesn't look like it but he's actually pretty strong", you'll love Adekan. There's a lot of martial arts and action in this, which is really awesome, but wherein a brawl becomes more like a beautiful deadly dance. And when I say fluid art style... I meant it.

5. It's also damn funny and fluffy. Despite the whole darkness and twistedness of it all, it's all pretty easy to take in. It's paced nicely and the bits of filler chapters are just adorable.
Manga: Grand Blue
If you liked
Grand Blue
Manga: Murenase! Seton Gakuen
...then you might like
Murenase! Seton Gakuen
Completely different in plot and characters, but it just reminded me of this and I haven't figured out why yet.
Manga: Mikakunin de Shinkoukei
If you liked
Mikakunin de Shinkoukei
Manga: Murenase! Seton Gakuen
...then you might like
Murenase! Seton Gakuen
Very similar cute/rom-com vibes between a wolf-human hybrid and a human, except gender flipped. However Murenase seems more like its taking the harem route, or something similar to Nisekoi.
Manga: Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu
If you liked
Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu
Manga: Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made
...then you might like
Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made
- transported to another world
- cheat skills
- MC builds a village
Manga: Dorohedoro
If you liked
Dorohedoro
Manga: Jagaaaaaan
...then you might like
Jagaaaaaan
both have sense of comedy. both are edge and gore both are horror and psycho to some degree both are bizzare.
Manga: Caste Heaven
If you liked
Caste Heaven
Manga: Kakegurui
...then you might like
Kakegurui
Like manga about a school which has a terrible society in which the school is built on with plot holes and two denominational characters? You will LOVE this.
Manga: Binan no Dendou
If you liked
Binan no Dendou
Manga: Itadakimasu, Gochisousama
...then you might like
Itadakimasu, Gochisousama
Gay man sharing a house, eating together and talking about their romances. The maneger/owner is especially involved in the story.
Manga: Recipe no Ouji-sama
If you liked
Recipe no Ouji-sama
Manga: Itadakimasu, Gochisousama
...then you might like
Itadakimasu, Gochisousama
Gay man sharing a house and developing feelings towards each other. In both one of the man is very good at cooking, which attracts another man.
Manga: Room Share
If you liked
Room Share
Manga: Itadakimasu, Gochisousama
...then you might like
Itadakimasu, Gochisousama
Gay man sharing a house, eating together and talking about their romances.
Manga: Angel Densetsu
If you liked
Angel Densetsu
Manga: Kasane
...then you might like
Kasane
Both stories are about a main character who was born with terrifying facial features, and gets treated badly by the world as a result. Deep down, the main character is a sensitive soul who only wants to make some friends and "a place to belong".
Manga: Omoide Emanon
If you liked
Omoide Emanon
Manga: Fumetsu no Anata e
...then you might like
Fumetsu no Anata e
Both manga are about immortal beings. Both have a relaxing atmosphere to them.
Manga: The Color of Earth
If you liked
The Color of Earth
Manga: Chiruhi
...then you might like
Chiruhi
Historical, slice of life manga with a melancholy feel that deal with the pain of love.
Manga: Tsunbaka
If you liked
Tsunbaka
Manga: Chikan Otoko
...then you might like
Chikan Otoko
Both are works from the same author that produce a similar atmosphere.

Tsunbaka is more goofy, while Chikan Otoko is much better crafted with its deeper themes.
Manga: Neon Genesis Evangelion
If you liked
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Manga: IS: Infinite Stratos
...then you might like
IS: Infinite Stratos
IS and Eva actually have quite a similar plot, they both have high school students operating some form of mecha, that fight against larger opposing forces. By reading both you may notice that the protagonists are surrounded by the opposite gender and that both manga contain a lot of what are now known cliches in the animanga industry.

Examples of cliches in both include: the beautiful foreign exchange student, dere archetypes, the beautiful older woman. Remember these are examples in both, if you were to look at both manga separately, you would discover the lot more cliches exclusive to each manga.

IS differs with a harem focus to it, while Eva is considered to be psychologically shocking.
Manga: Neon Genesis Evangelion
If you liked
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Manga: IS: Infinite Stratos
...then you might like
IS: Infinite Stratos
IS and Eva actually have quite a similar plot, they both have high school students operating some form of mecha, that fight against larger opposing forces. By reading both you may notice that the protagonists are surrounded by the opposite gender and that both manga contain a lot of what are now known cliches in the animanga industry.

Examples of cliches in both include: the beautiful foreign exchange student, dere archetypes, the beautiful older woman. Remember these are examples in both, if you were to look at both manga separately, you would discover the lot more cliches exclusive to each manga.

IS differs with a harem focus to it, while Eva is considered to be psychologically shocking.
Manga: Please Take My Brother Away
If you liked
Please Take My Brother Away
Manga: Tou Tiao Dou Shi Ta
...then you might like
Tou Tiao Dou Shi Ta
Both are works by the same author that utilise a very similar structure and provide fairly similar humour.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
If you liked
Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Annarasumanara
...then you might like
Annarasumanara
Annarasumanara and Oyasumi Punpun are coming of age stories, with a great sense of uniqueness. They are both fairly dark in nature and are highly psychological. Furthermore, both stories contain a journey of tremendous struggle with a dark and twisted love between the protagonist and main heroine. Also, both stories represent certain characters not by they way the look but the way they perceive themselves which allows for inhuman and disfigured appearances of certain characters. In the end both are incredible masterpieces that cannot be forgotten after reading them.
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen
If you liked
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen
Manga: Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
...then you might like
Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
Both are obviously works by the same author given the titles and in fact within the same universe.

Both the part 1 manga of Higurashi and Umineko follow the same structure. The are used to grip a reader into the paranoia and horror they entitle. In these parts a reader first learns who the characters are, where they are and what awaits them. These 1st parts are shrouded in mystery, leaving the reader to wonder the truth of things. Onward, both manga whisper possibility of the supernatural to the reader through the use of a spirit/witch acting upon the characters, without divulging the truth.

In the end, both manga produce what can be seen to be a frightful first endeavour into their series with much more to offer, as a reader continues through the other parts.
Manga: Mirai Nikki
If you liked
Mirai Nikki
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
...then you might like
Deadman Wonderland
Both Mirai Nikki and Deadman Wonderland are fairly odd series but what comes from them is blood, gore and a ton of fun.

To start, both series aren't the smartest or most intelligent but what makes them so great? Well that comes from the enjoyment factor. In both manga you will find yourself cringing and the stupidity and lack or intelligence but just can't help to laugh it off and have a blast.

Onwards, both series have very similar characters.
First you have the wimpy crybaby protagonist.
Second you have the crazy, scary, yandere, stalker heroine.
and for the rest you have some of the weirdest and craziest characters ever made in anime.

For further similarity both manga have similar plot devices. Where the protagonists end up in a crazy death game with supernatural or special abilities/powers.

If your looking for something fun with a lot of blood a gore these two will suit your desire.
Manga: Haikara-san ga Tooru
If you liked
Haikara-san ga Tooru
Manga: Ojousama no Untenshu
...then you might like
Ojousama no Untenshu
Do you enjoy light romance in Taisho Era? HSGT is an old classic shoujo while OnU is a recent work but both have splendid artwork and a plot that centers around a forbidden love between a fierce japanese heiress and a hero that is socially considered of "inferior" position: while in HSGT the hero is of mixed blood, in OnU the hero is an employee. If you liked one, you'll probably enjoy the other, however, keep in mind that HSGT has better developed characters while OnU is a short manga.
Manga: Steins;Gate
If you liked
Steins;Gate
Manga: Robotics;Notes
...then you might like
Robotics;Notes
S;G and R;N are practically identical in structure, which is no surprise as they both originate from the same author. Both manga start particularly slow, before building up to a grand climax. Both manga also have a well developed romance between the main heroine and the protagonist. Lastly, both manga have a scientific theme to them which is given by both being adaptions of the Science Adventure universe. S;G differs with it's scientific theme of time travel, unlike R;N scientific theme of building a giant robot. S;G also is more story driven with a more exciting plot, while R;N performs much better with it's characterisation and character development.
Manga: One Piece
If you liked
One Piece
Manga: Kingdom
...then you might like
Kingdom
On the outside One Piece and Kingdom don't look anything alike but internally they're actually quite similar.

To start the most similar thing about the two is their growth and what do I mean by that? Well both manga start with the protagonists at a young age ready for an adventure with a certain spirit to accomplish their own powerful goals. However with this their overpowering spirit comes a sense of great arrogance but they can certainly back it up with their amazing combat skills. Onward, in each manga both protagonists realise the unimaginable height of their dreams but they don't give up right there. Instead they approach in a much more serious manner and most importantly they approach their dream together with the friends they have met on their journey.

Not only growth in character can be seen but growth of the manga's authors can be seen. One Piece and Kingdom are Eiichiro Oda's and Yasuhisa Hara's first manga's, during the start of the start of their manga you may notice that they're a little choppy but after much work, dedication and effort from both authors that thing that started off choppy has transformed to become two of the greatest manga's of all time. Both authors have created moments of awe, tragedy, suspense and excitement with greatly developed characters and an amazing plot that grips a reader into the greatness of their tales.

For more similarities, both manga not only have a greatly developed protagonist but the other main characters and even side characters have some crazy development. Both manga aren't just about the protagonist aspirations but most side characters have their own goals at the same level as the protagonists.

Another great thing is that both manga are really long in length they're not just a simple and short manga, they're manga that present a much larger story about journey from youth to maturity.

For my last point both manga have a fair amount of action, with a ton of battles, that will keep your constantly entertained and never bored.

So are you ready for a great adventure? Cause these two will fit you needs.
Manga: Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
If you liked
Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
Manga: InuYasha
...then you might like
InuYasha
Imagine if there was a more light hearted, girlish, fantasy version of Kenshin.
Well BAM! InuYasha.
Manga: Mars
If you liked
Mars
Manga: Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu
...then you might like
Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu
Both of the stories have a good girl falling for the bad boy. Both of these stories are heartwarming shoujo manga.
Manga: Minamoto-kun Monogatari
If you liked
Minamoto-kun Monogatari
Manga: Skill of Lure
...then you might like
Skill of Lure
Both are about a somewhat average boy trying to experiment with women, under the guidance of an "expert".
Manga: Girls of the Wild's
If you liked
Girls of the Wild's
Manga: Dragons Rioting
...then you might like
Dragons Rioting
First of all, similarities - as soon as i read the description for dragon's rioting, they both have a guy who caught the attention of the most strongest girls in the school which is somewhat similar to Girl's of the wild's plot -Cute and Beautiful girls Difference - MC in DR is strong and OP while the MC in GotW is weak at first but then trains to the point were he can protect himself and is on par woth some of the fighters - GotW has romance and specific scene that may melt your heart as to DR may little to no romance at all, depends on the individual. Girls of the wild is like DR, but with romance, yet the action is still there.
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
If you liked
Hunter x Hunter
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
The Promised Neverland and Hunter x Hunter features characters who assess, strategize, and anticipate their adversaries' next move lest they be killed.
Manga: Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
If you liked
Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Similar wirting style and humorous, OP MC, that's all you need.
Manga: Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
If you liked
Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
...then you might like
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
7/10 same with Mushoku Tensei IMO, should read if your fan of MK
Manga: Wana Love: Wanna Be the Honey Trap.
If you liked
Wana Love: Wanna Be the Honey Trap.
Manga: Love Phantom
...then you might like
Love Phantom
Es un manga josei genial, centrado en mostrar un amor con un hombre sexy mayor a la protagonista femenina que atrapa a cualquier lector que le toque. Además es de la misma autora (creo)
Manga: Death Note
If you liked
Death Note
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
Both are works with plenty of psychological thriller and plot twists, despite the differences in the plot by The Promised Neverland being published in the magazine Shounen Jump that also published Death Note and this so that the work can be considered as its spiritual successor.
Manga: xxxHOLiC
If you liked
xxxHOLiC
Manga: Saka no Ue no Mahoutsukai
...then you might like
Saka no Ue no Mahoutsukai
Both series are about a witch/sorcerer and their apprentice/mentee.
Both are a mix of dark stories, original concepts of magic and specific kind of humor.


Manga: B Reaction
If you liked
B Reaction
Manga: Kakutou Bijin Wulong
...then you might like
Kakutou Bijin Wulong
Similarities: Female fighters, ecchi elements, decent art.

KBW's MC is female, tho. It's also slightly more focused on fighting than the ecchi and romance.

On the plus side, it'ss a full series with 19 volumes, so if you're disappointed with the premature end of "B Reaction" and want to read more of something similar, check this one out.
Manga: Merry Checker
If you liked
Merry Checker
Manga: Kikoeru?
...then you might like
Kikoeru?
Both of these series have a boy who looks up to another person through the Internet since the other anonymous guy on the Internet is realitivly popular. In both mangas the characters happen to meet their "idols" and things continue from there. :)
Manga: Yuragisou no Yuuna-san
If you liked
Yuragisou no Yuuna-san
Manga: Real no Heroine wa Irimasen!
...then you might like
Real no Heroine wa Irimasen!
1) Both mangas are rom-com
2) Both main character attract to popular and beautiful girls
3) In both mangas the "normal" life of the main character are affected when they meet to a extrange girl
Manga: Tough
If you liked
Tough
Manga: Sun-Ken Rock
...then you might like
Sun-Ken Rock
Both series have a stubborn blonde haired Japanese kid that fights many strong guys while having a connection to the criminal underworld. They also have great art with an admirable main character.

While Tough's main character joins the criminal underworld to grow stronger and save his father, the protagonist of Sun-Ken Rock joins a gang because of his desire to protect those around him.
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
If you liked
Fullmetal Alchemist
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
...then you might like
Mahoutsukai no Yome
A well crafted world where a young magician with a haunted past is learning and growing. Written by female mangakas with a knack for bishounens with leather gloves. Both protagonists have ponytails. Seriously what more do you need?
Manga: Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
If you liked
Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
Manga: Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear
...then you might like
Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear
Both protagonists are OP and has aim to live peacefully and protect those dear/close to them. Kuma Bear is in more relaxing/cute side while Death March with bigger story/world
Manga: The New Gate
If you liked
The New Gate
Manga: Princess wa Barairo no Yume wo Miru
...then you might like
Princess wa Barairo no Yume wo Miru
Both protagonists stuck in other world with op game characters
Manga: Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
If you liked
Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
Manga: Tensei shitara Dragon no Tamago datta: Saikyou Igai Mezasanee
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Dragon no Tamago datta: Saikyou Igai Mezasanee
Both protagonists Reincarnated into monsters and has skill/level/evolution systems
Manga: After School
If you liked
After School
Manga: Seikatsu Shuukan
...then you might like
Seikatsu Shuukan
Top hentai harem stories that will blow your mind. Super hot girls, incredible art, satisfying story - this is all an implausable hentai needs.
Manga: Gal toka Bitch toka Iroiro.
If you liked
Gal toka Bitch toka Iroiro.
Manga: Akujo Kousatsu
...then you might like
Akujo Kousatsu
Series of not connected hentai chapters with diversified situations and heroes.
Manga: Koko wa Bitch Machi!!
If you liked
Koko wa Bitch Machi!!
Manga: Oyomesan wa Maou!?
...then you might like
Oyomesan wa Maou!?
Thou Koko wa Bitch Machi is not a monstergirl type hentai but I seriously recommend reading it if you've liked this one. Most common feature - full of lust female characters with no brakes at all!
Manga: Kigenzen 10000-nen no Ota
If you liked
Kigenzen 10000-nen no Ota
Manga: Yaruki Switch
...then you might like
Yaruki Switch
Nice hentai works with otaku loosers as main characters who happen to have some tricks in their pockets to make ladies squeak from pleasure.
Manga: Nijuuzou Kafka
If you liked
Nijuuzou Kafka
Manga: Nikuyoku Rensa: NTR Kanojo
...then you might like
Nikuyoku Rensa: NTR Kanojo
Super hentai series with great storylines and beautifull character design absolutely deserve your attention. Be sure not to miss most charming girls of all hentai genre (trust me I know):)
Manga: Natural
If you liked
Natural
Manga: Boku to Kanojo no Offline
...then you might like
Boku to Kanojo no Offline
Great one-shot hentai with nice art style and cute girls. Lots of great moments for fapping guaranteed;)
Manga: Hokuto no Ken
If you liked
Hokuto no Ken
Manga: Drag-On Dragoon: Shi ni Itaru Aka
...then you might like
Drag-On Dragoon: Shi ni Itaru Aka
For those who seek new full of blood and dismemberment mangas - Drag on Dragoon: Shi ni Itaru Aka is for you. Expect lots of brutal murders, sexual deviations and absolutely degenerated main heroes (at lest one of them).
Manga: Nozoki Ana
If you liked
Nozoki Ana
Manga: Minamoto-kun Monogatari
...then you might like
Minamoto-kun Monogatari
Both are pretty good lvl harem ecchi with great art style and lots of nice erotic moments. BTW girls are just awesome;)
Manga: Naruto
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Naruto
Manga: Blade of the Immortal
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Blade of the Immortal
Masashi Kishimoto has admitted that Blade of the Immortal was one of his influences when making Naruto. However, Blade of the Immortal's plot is a lot more complex than Naruto's, especially since it's considered a Seinen while Naruto is a Shounen. Naruto has many sub-plots, though BoTI is specifically focused on Revenge, which is one of the sub-plots in Naruto. There are also many particular character designs that are akin to one another such as Magatsu Taito and Zabuza/Kakashi.
Manga: Jigoku Shoujo
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Jigoku Shoujo
Manga: Usemono Yado
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Usemono Yado
Both stories have similar auras of mystery and death. In the beginning there are few separated stories and later they let us get to know the circumstances of people working for the site (JS) or the inn (UY). Both manga have complicated, quiet girl a as a heroine and bunch of people working with her and dealing with supernatural business. They both wear classical japanese clothes (yukata) and seem to be of another realm.
Manga: Kaguya-hime
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Kaguya-hime
Manga: Anata ga Ireba
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Anata ga Ireba
Both of the story was based on an old Japanese folklore called Kaguya Hime, and put an interesting twist on the real meaning of the myth.
Manga: Chihayafuru
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Chihayafuru
Manga: Hajimari no Natsu
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Hajimari no Natsu
The love triangle with this three childhood friends reminds me a bit of Chihayafuru.
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Jagaaaaaan
...then you might like
Jagaaaaaan
Superb artstyle.
The authors are not afraid of illustrating controversial matters such as rape, gore and brutal massacres.
Both the mangas being 'rather f#cked up' without it being a weakness.
Rare seeing such daring mangas showcased in such popular magazines.
Manga: Ame no Hi no Iris
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Ame no Hi no Iris
Manga: Violet Evergarden
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Violet Evergarden
The premises are nearly identical. Although that's not where the similarities end, since both also have somewhat similar all-encompassing themes, Violent Evergarden has a more dark, whimsical tone.
Manga: Princess wa Barairo no Yume wo Miru
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Princess wa Barairo no Yume wo Miru
Manga: Jashin Average
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Jashin Average
Both novels kinda feels similar. Overpowered female protagonists in different world
Manga: Kanojo to Natsu to Boku
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Kanojo to Natsu to Boku
Manga: Soredemo Sekai wa Utsukushii
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Soredemo Sekai wa Utsukushii
A romantic story between older girl and younger boy
Manga: Angel Densetsu
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Angel Densetsu
Manga: Prison School
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Prison School
Both of these series have endless chains of misunderstandings that lead to really great comedy payoffs.
Manga: Shizuku Hanabira Ringo no Kaori
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Shizuku Hanabira Ringo no Kaori
Manga: Soredemo, Yasashii Koi wo Suru
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Soredemo, Yasashii Koi wo Suru
Both are love stories between a homosexual and a heterosexual. In each the relationship developed over time. In both the characters are working adults (love this fact).
Manga: Arashi no Ato
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Arashi no Ato
Manga: Soredemo, Yasashii Koi wo Suru
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Soredemo, Yasashii Koi wo Suru
Both are love stories between a homosexual and a heterosexual. In each the relationship developed over time. In both the characters are working adults (love this fact).
Manga: Kuroneko Kareshi no Asobikata
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Kuroneko Kareshi no Asobikata
Manga: Bitch na Neko wa Koukishin ni Katenai
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Bitch na Neko wa Koukishin ni Katenai
Both have actor x stage hand, even though the roles are reversed for uke and seme. Both have explicit bedroom scenes. Both have a the same feeling in the art, sexy and provocative.
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Mahoutsukai no Yome
Manga: Colette wa Shinu Koto ni Shita
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Colette wa Shinu Koto ni Shita
My recomendation is in Portuguese, sorry if you only know English.

Colette e Yome tem bastante semelhanças, como o fato de o traço ser minimamente parecido, pelo menos para mim, e o fato de as personagens principais terem de fato um desenvolvimento razoável após conhecerem o Hades no caso de Colette e Elias no caso de chise.
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul:re
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Tokyo Ghoul:re
Manga: Kemono Jihen
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Kemono Jihen
Both are about half ghouls adapting with human society
Both stories focus on how the protagonists discover and utilize their nonhuman characteristics to become stronger and strive towards their goal.
Kemono Jihen's protagonist comes to terms with his apotheosis much quicker than kaneki
Both mangas have a more darker atmosphere to them, but Kemono Jihen is a bit more feelgood whereas Tokyo Ghoul is more realistic and gritty.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
Manga: Sabaku no Harem
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Sabaku no Harem
Both of them have a very strong willed and capable girl as mc
In the beginning, both stories look like they are only about romance, but actually you have a protagonist (both Yona and Mishe) who are able to fight and help in political affairs.
Actually, as both stories progress, you realize that they deal a lot with political issues (as who is going to be the next king, how to deal with poor people and problems with crops, how to deal with neighbouring countries, and strategies). Also both protagonists study and take a hard time trying to improve their abilities so they can be worthy of what they want (in the case of Yona -> to be a righteous queen/ in the case of Mishe -> to be the legal wife of Prince Kallum and maybe one day queen....)

Ahh and both stories happen in ancient societies (Akatsuki no Yona >> something like ancient China/ Sabaku no Harem >> something as ancient Arabia) - they even include names as Anatolia (as a neighbour country - Turkey)
Manga: Magic Kaito
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Magic Kaito
Manga: Cat's Eye
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Cat's Eye
Both stories are about moralistic thieves of whom the manga are named after. Both protagonists have helpers and the ability to disguise as perfect imposters. They always have the last laugh. Both are comedic but can be serious when they want to be. Both contain the romance of a thief and a police officer (or their daughter) and the lives of those around them. Each manga have a special devision of police officers to catch the protagonist, who aren't the best in the world.
Manga: Kanojo to Natsu to Boku
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Kanojo to Natsu to Boku
Manga: Enough for Me
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Enough for Me
Both are one-shot manga which tell love stories between a younger male and an older female
Manga: Dear Mine
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Dear Mine
Manga: Kanojo to Natsu to Boku
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Kanojo to Natsu to Boku
A romantic story between older girl and younger boy
Manga: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
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Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Manga: ReRe Hello
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ReRe Hello
Both have strong female leads and quite cute moments
Manga: Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
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Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
Manga: Dagasy: Houkago Chounouryoku Sensou
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Dagasy: Houkago Chounouryoku Sensou
Both Manga have students receiving powers and both are trying to find how and why they got the power and only from the school they attend have this abilities.
Manga: Kuuki no Soko
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Kuuki no Soko
Manga: U wa Uchuusen no U
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U wa Uchuusen no U
These are both collections of strange and unsettling stories by classic mangaka.
Manga: Orange
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Orange
Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
Both manga involves depression, suicide, friendship and have beautiful, positive messages in other words it shows that mental illness can able to overcome it.
Manga: Holyland
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Holyland
Manga: The Breaker
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The Breaker
both have a protagonist who are wimpy but after getting introduced to the world of martial arts they began to find changes in them selfs.
a difference is hat holyland has a much more realistic story.
Manga: Gintama
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Gintama
Manga: Helck
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Helck
Mangas like Gintama and Helck are what I deem masterpieces, not because they have honed traditional storytelling skills to perfection, but rather because they excel at incorporating outlandish elements without losing a logical and coherent touch; in such a manner, they push at the limits of storytelling a manga is originally capable of. In such a manner they are not only able to tell an entertaining tale, but also make it a meaningful one. To achieve this is no easy feat, and it is only made possible by the incredibly intricate setting and diverse cast both shows are endowed with. The characters are unique and memorable not merely because they have a handsome face or likeable personality, but more because they possess depth that brings them closer to real life. To say you would fall in love with these people is rather underwhelmingly inaccurate, because what these mangas seek is the elicitation of empathy and respect. Ingenuity is the foundation of storywriting which so many writers and mangakas fail to demonstrate, and the incredibly delicate balance of familiarity and originality is the ultimate ingredient an author can imbue their works with.
Manga: Sky Blue
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Sky Blue
Manga: Gleipnir
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Gleipnir
In both series protagonist get some supernatural power from aliens and fight with the people like them. they try to figure how did they got powers and who are others that have the same power.
Manga: Ichi Ni no San!
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Ichi Ni no San!
Manga: Ikujinashi no Kimi ni Sasageru
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Ikujinashi no Kimi ni Sasageru
Young protagonists one with more drama than the other. But I really recommend.
Manga: Ah! Itoshi no Banchou-sama
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Ah! Itoshi no Banchou-sama
Manga: Obaka-chan, Koigatariki
...then you might like
Obaka-chan, Koigatariki
Both girls transfer into a new school and end up in a fight on their first day, which they win. They're both challenged to subsequent fights which they also win (though in banchou-sama it's always by accident). They're both in situations where they're surrounded by misfits that are actually good people and look out for them - In obaka-chan it's the ba-ka class and in banchou-sama it's the whole school. Both manga focuses on the delinquents of the schools, but show a softer side to them. There's also romance in both manga, though it's more of a main focus in obaka-chan than it is in banchou-sama.
Manga: Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji
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Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji
Manga: Kurosaki-kun no Iinari ni Nante Naranai
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Kurosaki-kun no Iinari ni Nante Naranai
- similar genre: romance, school, shoujo
- both heroines are being slave before the male main character fall in love to them
Manga: Parfait Tic!
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Parfait Tic!
Manga: Kurosaki-kun no Iinari ni Nante Naranai
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Kurosaki-kun no Iinari ni Nante Naranai
- similar genre: romance, school, shoujo
- both heroines are contested by two handsome boys
Manga: Midori no Hibi
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Midori no Hibi
Manga: Kagami no Kuni no Harisugawa
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Kagami no Kuni no Harisugawa
both has strange love story with some innocent ecchi
Manga: Fruits Basket
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Fruits Basket
Manga: Watashi no Ookami-kun
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Watashi no Ookami-kun
- similar genre: romance, school, shoujo, supernatural
- both are about male main character's family who can turn into animals
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